Spanish / Year 3 and 4 / Understanding / Systems of language

Curriculum content descriptions

Recognise that texts such as stories, emails and dialogues have particular characteristic features, and notice similarities and differences between some Spanish and English versions

[Key concepts: language features, structure; Key processes: observing, comparing]

 (ACLSPU140)

Elaborations
  • noticing differences between written and spoken forms of different types of texts in both Spanish and English, for example, comparing a written story with a spoken one, or a letter with a phone call; and recognising how elements of texts combine to make meaning, for example, the images, font and script of a cartoon; the title, layout and illustrations in a picture book; and the highlighting of names, dates and times on an invitation
  • comparing features of similar texts in Spanish and English, for example, greeting cards, interactive games or tuckshop menus
General capabilities
  • Literacy Literacy
  • Numeracy Numeracy
  • Critical and creative thinking Critical and creative thinking
  • ICT capability Information and Communication Technology (ICT) capability
ScOT terms

Spanish language

Refine by resource type

Refine by year level


Refine by learning area


Refine by topic

Related topic
Text

CLIL: What works

Strategies to support Languages teachers to implement the CLIL approach at secondary level